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Emergency Information

In case of extreme emergency, call Campus Security immediately at 724.846.9632 (Ext. 5678); or, proceed to the nearest hospital emergency room.

Heritage Valley Beaver 
1000 Dutch Ridge Road 
Beaver, PA 15009
724.728.7000, 724.846.5400 (toll-free line for Beaver Falls/Ellwood City area)


During business hours: 724.847.4081

If you are experiencing a crisis situation during business hours, students, faculty, and staff may call the counseling center or walk-in and speak to the counselor on call. If you are a residential student, you can also contact your resident director.

After hours: 724.846.9632
After hours, call campus security and they will contact the counselor on call.


EMERGENCY HOTLINES

Beaver County Crisis Line (24/7) 724.775.5208
re:solve Crisis Network (Phone or in person crisis support) 1.888.796.8226
Mercy Behavioral Health Crisis Center (24/7 crisis line) 1.877.637.2924
Contact Beaver Valley (Suicide Hotline)    724.728.3650
PAAR:  Rape Hotline (24-hour hotline) 1.866.END.RAPE
Center for Victims of Violent Crime (24-hour hotline) 412.392.8582
Health Department - STD Information (24-hour hotline) 412.687.2243
Help Line United Way (Referral Agency) 412.255.1155
Women’s Center of Beaver County

724.775.0131

 

Point of Excellence

Among a recent sampling of chemistry graduates, 83% were able to work in an internship or research experience during college years, and 100% had employment in their field or were accepted into graduate school within three months of graduation.

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PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS
Johnstown Open House for Master's in Organizational Leadership
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July issue of @Geneva
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June issue of @Geneva
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